The Southold Fire Department was honored last year with the Terry Farrell Award for collecting more pints of donated blood donations than any other department on Long Island — 433 pints, to be exact.
A year later, the department topped that effort by collecting 615 pints, an increase of 42 percent. READ
When the Southold Interact Club attended a Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference last year and the students learned that there are thousands of homeless veterans statewide, many of whom are on Long Island and in need of basic necessities, they decided to help.
Flames were shooting through the roof of a detached garage behind a Pine Avenue home as Southold Fire chief Jim Rich arrived on scene early Saturday morning. READ
Expectant mother Dina Raddatz woke up at her home in Southold early Thursday morning feeling a little strange. Her son wasn’t due for three weeks. READ
The Southold woman who was discovered on fire at the Southold High School baseball field Jan. 5 has died from her injuries, a Stony Brook University Hospital spokesperson confirmed Monday. READ
Members of the Southold boys basketball team are getting support from school counselors and the community after several athletes and the team’s coach rushed to the aid of a woman who was found on fire near the high school gym Thursday night. READ
A fire ripped through a Southold home early Saturday morning, leaving behind only charred remains. READ
A Peconic home under renovation was completely destroyed by fire after an apparent lighting strike Wednesday afternoon during a quick-moving storm, according to witnesses. READ
A man who fell off a ladder at a home in Southold was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital Monday afternoon, according to the Southold Fire Department. READ
One person suffered second-degree burns and two other people were injured Friday morning in a fire at Greenport Yacht & Ship Building Company, authorities confirmed Saturday.